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The 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs officially got started on Wednesday night. Here are the results: Philadelphia Flyers 4 – Pittsburgh Penguins 3 (OT) Nashville Predators 3 – Detroit Red Wings 2 Los Angeles Kings 4 – Vancouver Canucks 2 The … Continue reading
The Blackhawks played a very good Predators team on Sunday night without Jonathan Toews, Duncan Keith or Marcus Kruger. And they got hammered. As much as one would like to think the missing players were an excuse for the Hawks … Continue reading
It has been one week since the NHL trade deadline, and the deals that did (and didn’t) happen have impacted teams all over the NHL. Here are the standings immediately before the deadline and one week later, with all games … Continue reading
While the Blackhawks continue looking for a defenseman via trade, two trades have taken place in the last 24 hours that are noteworthy. How do those deals impact the ongoing search for the Hawks?
If you’ve been asleep for the last 60 days, here’s what you’ve missed: the Blackhawks are in the hunt for both the number one and number eight seed in the Western Conference playoffs, and are one defenseman away from either … Continue reading
When the dust settled on Tuesday night at the United Center, the Blackhawks had lost to the Nashville Predators again. But this time, there were some positives fans could take away from the game.
According to reports on Saturday night, the NHL will present a four-division realignment scenario at the Board of Governors meeting next week. And the Blackhawks-Red Wings rivalry would remain.
On Thursday morning, the Nashville Predators agreed to terms on a new seven-year, $49M contract with netminder Pekka Rinne. Rinne was a Vezina finalist last year, when he posted a 33-22-9 record, 2.12 goals against average and .930 save percentage … Continue reading
Viktor Stalberg has now scored three goals during the 2011-12 season. Two of them are game-winners.
After (finally) winning a shoot-out on Tuesday night, the Blackhawks completed one of the toughest season-opening schedules in the NHL. Through Wednesday, four of the Blackhawks’ first 12 games have been against first place teams; the Hawks’ first six opponents … Continue reading